Hi i got symptoms of a cold but i dont know if its a symptoms of swine flu my symptoms is sore throat a little bit, a bit of a ear ache and stuffy nose and phlimy throat, is that swine flu....? or is it a normal cold how do i know....?
I'm not sure because here in Utah there are a couple cases of probables and those people have not been to Mexico or been around anyone who was or has been. I think that criteria might be changing as it spreads from person to person. Just an observation. Chances are that you do not have it, but if you're worried go to your doctor and be tested.
I haven't felt well the past couple days, but I think it's allergies, but I am considering going to our local clinic and being tested just to be sure. It can't hurt.
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